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of reducing tax marginal tax rates and increasing revenues and the cost it might add to the deficit is criticized as being non-specific. how do they respond to that? >> governor romney has laid out a framework. any time you have a plan such as this, you don't want to put all the details out there because there are negotiations that need to take place. the framework has been looked up by six different independent organizations including those from harvard and princeton. to say this plan will work. so the details don't need to be out there right now. the framework is very clear about what mitt romney and paul ryan want to do to strengthen our middle-class. >> gregg: i might say that the tax policy center which is cited by the obama campaign it's going to cost five trillion has been said by the director of the to be completely untrue. let me move on. the president has added two new things to his campaign speeches. he tells his audiences he says romney wants to kill big bird but more credibly he points to the unemployment rate that drops below 8%. it shows the economy under his leadersh
is the president, hey, i'm going to pay down the deficit, by taking money i borrowed for two wars to borrow it to pay it down. you would mystify enron accounts with that -- >> ladies and gentlemen, you should see that the republicans have absolutely nothing to back up which loopholes they will close, they will not give one specific. and you have the temerity to say he will negotiate with congress. he's the executive. he should have a proposal to tell us how he is going to accomplish -- >> like the president's non-existent proposal, julie? you are not willing to work at all. >> name one loophole, just one loophole. >> eric: wait a minute, julie. >> julie, understand manage. we have -- okay, i will give you one that would be great to cut. frankly, the homeowner's mortgage deduction. we know that there are plenty of loopholes out there. they need to be closed tomp make this happen, we are going to have to negotiate across both party lines as we know, the loopholes near there because both parties have an-- >>> if you want to get rid of the homeowner's deduction, talk about a sizzle factor -- >>
that governor romney has that would in their estimation, lead to a $5 trillion deficit, they are citing outside besides for that number. and romney says it will be compensated for by loopholes. how he will justify the cuts? where will those revenue sources be made up? >> even stephanie cutter admitted it is not a $5 trillion tax cut. we have a 20% tax cut across the board, no matter what income level you fall into. but for those people at the higher levels of income, what governor rom no is proposing is closing loopholes and dedux for those individuals that will ultimately make the entire budget revenue neutral. >> shannon: when will we find out what they are? >> when a budget is put together, when the budget committee puts forward a budget, they don't put forward a budget with every loophole and deduction and every single -- they have a couple of numbers, they say here's the top number, here's the bottom number. you go to the ways & means committee and i sit down with a burch of people and i figure out how to get a tax cut across the board and close the loopholes so the people at the higher le
and deficit. his final speech will include his own criticism with the president. >> so much going on. on the road with the mitt romney campaign. critics say it is not enough to give hope that the country is rebounding. and the end of the year fast approaching there is a looming chris that could force our nation off of a fiscal cliff. combination of automatic spending cuts and experdition of tax cuts will force millions of americans to lose their jobs. neil cavuto is here to tell us why even though we a presidential election ahead. the fiscal cliff is bigger. >> it is certainly more immediate. this is an event that is coming. the question is are they going to do anything about it or not? both parties are waiting to see what will happen if their guy wins f. it the president wins and keeps the senate they will cobble together a deal to call for letting the income rate on the rich expire and so only their taxes go up . keep those other spending cuts in place. it is anyone's guess what president-elect romney does with or without a democratic senate. if it is a republican one, the argument
puts obama from a narrow lead to a narrow deficit. effectively, though, this race is deadlocked. when we get to the swing states we will see that. >>gregg: people call this a bounce for romney. >> but a bounce does not last in >>pat: this could be the most significant debate in terms of impact other than reagan's debate against carter in affecting the race. debates usually do not move numbers. romney is getting real movement out of the debate. what it does and what has happened, romney's favorable rating has skyrocketed. we saw that among uncommitted voters in the cbs poll, after the debate, and we talked about this last week, 30 percent of the people say he cared about them, it doubled to 53 percent. he did what we suggested. by the way that is the important thing, changing the structure of the race. that now ahead it a real close race, not just in numbers but in context. >>gregg: in all of the attack ads over the last six months, $100 million has been spent by the obama campaign demonizing mitt romney and i think the public expectation was expecting this crazed guy who kills people.
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